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Dargo2

British/American "Equivalents"

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I was just pondering the actor Frank Lovejoy here, and got to thinking how for whatever reason he's always sort of reminded me of an American version of British actor Jack Hawkins, what with both of them often playing the same type of roles...the second male leads and often the "Company Commander" in war films.

 

And so, who comes to YOUR mind is this regard, folks?

 

(...oh, and I forgot to add...all respondents to this thread will be welcomed to reply to this query by EITHER the inclusion of that superfluous letter "u" in certain words that the Brits still use for whatever reason OR in the American lexicon, as this will have absolutely NO bearing upon the appropriateness of any and all responses...and this of course includes you folks up there north of the 49th Parallel TOO!!!) ;) LOL

 

Edited by: Dargo2 on Mar 30, 2013 2:05 PM

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Dang! I'm surprised to learn now, this late in life, that Jack Hawkins is NOT Kenneth More!!!

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